Sensics revealed RideVR, a standalone mobile VR headset for VR-enhanced theme park rides such as rollercoasters and other adrenaline-inducing experiences.
After months and months of anticipation, TPCast’s wireless Vive upgrade kits are finally available for pre-order in North America, and the kits will ship before the holidays.
Volkswagen will collaborate with Google on three separate quantum computing projects to improve battery technologies, autonomous driving systems, and optimize traffic flow.
Sony announced that it would end the European exclusivity of the "Gran Turismo Sport" PSVR bundle within “the next few days.” The bundle should be available at US retailers soon.
Watercool announced that it would begin accepting pre-orders for three variants of its AMD Threadripper water block on November 2.
Evidently, there’s a real hunger for high resolution virtual reality headsets. Pimax smashed the record for the highest funding goal of VR devices on Kickstarter, and the money is still rolling in.
TPCast is preparing to release its wireless Vive upgrade in the U.S. market, and the company is setting up shop over here to support the demand.
We had the chance to try on HP's high-end workstation-class VR backpack PC during Immersed 2017. We didn't get to test the performance, but we tried it on for size anyway.
Purism is now able to disable Intel ME on its Librem 13 and Librem 15 laptops, which should give its customers some additional reassurance that the company's laptops are free from backdoors.
Samsung announced the 8LPP process generations, which should serve as a stop-gap until the company is ready to launch the first-ever 7nm EUV generation.
At GTC Europe, Nvidia announced its next-generation AI computer for Level 5 autonomous vehicles with 10x the performance of its current Drive PX 2 system.
Soon we’ll have more options for XR than ever—and that means it’s time to start comparing the platforms. Before you can decide on an HMD, though, you need to know what your system can run.